All posts tagged "online privacy"

How to protect your privacy online with SurfEasy's Mac VPN

Privacy

How to protect your privacy online with SurfEasy's Mac VPN...

By Heather Parry

Apple have turned computing into a joyous experience these days....

Why "incognito mode" won't keep you safe online

Security

Why "incognito mode" won't keep you safe online

By Heather Parry

Many browsers these days have an Incognito mode; a browsing...

Why you need SurfEasy VPN for Android

Online Freedom

Why you need SurfEasy VPN for Android

By Heather Parry

Here at SurfEasy, we love Android. We love the slick...

Why SurfEasy VPN is a no-log network

Privacy

Why SurfEasy VPN is a no-log network

By Heather Parry

Here at SurfEasy, we’re big believers in accountability – especially...

SurfEasy VPN now supports iOS9!

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SurfEasy VPN now supports iOS9!

By Heather Parry

We were as excited as anyone else to hear Apple...

Why you need Ad Tracker Blocking

Privacy

Why you need Ad Tracker Blocking

By Heather Parry

There’s nothing more annoying than when an overzealous sales assistant follows...

Introducing our new VPN feature: SurfEasy Wi-Fi Security on Android!

Security

Introducing our new VPN feature: SurfEasy Wi-Fi Security on Android!...

By Heather Parry

Here at SurfEasy, we’re always striving to improve the service...

What's wrong with a free VPN?

Privacy

What's wrong with a free VPN?

By Heather Parry

There are a lot of VPNs out there these days....

Why different regions matter when choosing a VPN

Online Freedom

Why different regions matter when choosing a VPN

By Heather Parry

When it comes to choosing a VPN, there are a...

Why You Should Know Who Your VPN Provider Really Is

Privacy

Why You Should Know Who Your VPN Provider Really Is...

By Heather Parry

The Redditors amongst you might have noticed the SurfEasy name...

The UN states that encryption and anonymity are basic human rights

Online Freedom

The UN states that encryption and anonymity are basic human...

By Heather Parry

Last week, a United Nations report finally said what many...

US surveillance powers expire as the Senate fails to reach a deal on the Patriot Act

Online Freedom

US surveillance powers expire as the Senate fails to reach...

By Heather Parry

This weekend, three controversial parts of the Patriot Act expired...

An employee's right to privacy – does it still exist?

Privacy

An employee's right to privacy – does it still exist?...

By Heather Parry

Two weeks ago, a story came to light that threw...

New SurfEasy servers launched in Norway!

SurfEasy News

New SurfEasy servers launched in Norway!

By Heather Parry

This week here at SurfEasy we’re thrilled to announce the...

Canada's new anti-terror law – and what it means for privacy

Privacy

Canada's new anti-terror law – and what it means for...

By Heather Parry

Last week, a new anti-terror bill passed through Canada’s House...

Why the NSA-proof messenger app is no more

Online Freedom

Why the NSA-proof messenger app is no more

By Heather Parry

Privacy advocates who’ve been waiting patiently for news of Hemlis,...

Why Twitter has moved its non-US accounts away from the US and the NSA

Online Freedom

Why Twitter has moved its non-US accounts away from the...

By Heather Parry

Last week, Twitter updated its privacy policy.

Florida attempts to outlaw anonymous websites

Online Freedom

Florida attempts to outlaw anonymous websites

By Heather Parry

This week, Florida state legislature is considering one of the...

Barbie, the Internet of Things and what they mean for your privacy

Privacy

Barbie, the Internet of Things and what they mean for...

By Heather Parry

Barbie and the Internet of Things might not, at first,...

Are Google changing their position on privacy?

Privacy

Are Google changing their position on privacy?

By Heather Parry

Google’s original motto, “Don’t be evil”, hasn’t exactly seemed to...

Is privacy really dead?

Privacy

Is privacy really dead?

By Heather Parry

This month, Wired.com published an article instructing us all to...

Is the first of Obama's Big Data Privacy bills about to make it through Congress?

Privacy

Is the first of Obama's Big Data Privacy bills about...

By Heather Parry

In a rare piece of good news in the privacy...

Humans 3.0 and the Future of Privacy

Online Freedom

Humans 3.0 and the Future of Privacy

By Heather Parry

This week at SurfEasy HQ, we’ve been pouring over Humans 3.0:...

Our Values: Privacy is a Human Right

Privacy

Our Values: Privacy is a Human Right

By Heather Parry

The last year has been a particularly difficult one for...

Why your browser's privacy mode won't keep you safe

Privacy

Why your browser's privacy mode won't keep you safe

By Heather Parry

Whether you’re buying a present for a partner, booking a...

How to protect your search history with a VPN

Privacy

How to protect your search history with a VPN

By Heather Parry

It’s not something that we often consider, but our online...

A Year in Privacy: How did we do in 2014?

Online Freedom

A Year in Privacy: How did we do in 2014?...

By Heather Parry

On Christmas Eve, the Electronic Frontier Foundation released their report...

3 reasons to invest in your privacy in 2015

Online Freedom

3 reasons to invest in your privacy in 2015

By Heather Parry

As this eventful year winds to a close, no doubt...

Web Index shows internet surveillance is on the rise

Privacy

Web Index shows internet surveillance is on the rise

By Heather Parry

This week, the World Wide Web Foundation released its annual...

Why Apple and Google are finally getting on board with encryption

Security

Why Apple and Google are finally getting on board with...

By Heather Parry

Both Apple and Google, two giants in the cellphone industry...